A chance encounter leads to a mistake that must be forgiven, sparking the imaginative telling of two beautifully interwoven life stories.
Travelling from idyllic Harare, Zimbabwe to London’s gritty inner city; from the playfulness of childhood to the pain of adolescence; from the desire for forgiveness to self-acceptance, this humorous yet haunting drama takes a fresh look at what makes us who we are.
With evocative writing and powerful performances, ZHE is a play that tells the human stories of anyone who has ever felt different.
“Our play is really about the fluidity of gender and identity. In sharing these stories our hope is that anyone sitting before us will join us in celebrating life in all its complexity with a view towards engendering the tolerance needed to create a better world.” Chuck Mike, Director and co-creator of ZHE
What ZHE: can offer your audiences:
A fantastic and compelling new piece of British theatre from an acclaimed and established theatre company.
A diverse work that has been proven to attract new audiences, increasing access for Black and Minority audiences and the LGBT community.
Educational outreach opportunities for your local community, with educational packages already successfully developed, delivered and received in London.
What audiences thought:
“Amazingly brave piece of work…This is not a story people hear often enough.”
“This play isn’t only about gender, it’s about human stories. Everyone can relate to it on a human level.”
Sunday 20 October 7.30pm
Dugdale Centre Thomas Hardy House, 39 London Road, Enfield, EN2 6DS
Tickets £12|Online £11
www.dugdalecentre.co.uk 0208 807 6680
Age suitability 10+